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VirtualBox 5.2.2, Host macOS Sierra, Guest CentOS7, Mouse Unresponsive Link

Postby joseluisbz » 8. Dec 2017, 00:40

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Hi,

I made a video to show my problem with my Linux VM machine, Guest CentOS 7.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LprEDed35aA

I noted that when the problem occurs the chime al boot up not sound.
I disconnect and reconnect the Network Interface (in the Virtualbox) and the Ethernet Icon is not update with the new state (plugged/unplugged)

I can't to use the mouse on my guest!

Is there a Keyboard method to turn off the machine on CentOS 7, when the mouse is not responding?

How solve this situation?

00:04:33.313649 GUI: UIMultiScreenLayout::update: GUI/AutomountGuestScreens is disabled

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00:04:32.541534 GUI: UIFrameBufferPrivate::NotifyChange: Screen=0, Origin=0x0, Size=1440x900, Sending to async-handler
00:04:32.577743 GUI: UIMachineViewFullscreen::adjustGuestScreenSize: Adjust guest-screen size if necessary.
00:04:32.598389 GUI: UIMachineLogicFullscreen::revalidateNativeFullScreen: For machine-window #0
00:04:32.598419 GUI: UIMachineLogicFullscreen::revalidateNativeFullScreen: Ask machine-window #0 to enter native fullscreen
00:04:32.612557 GUI: UIMachineViewFullscreen::adjustGuestScreenSize: Adjust guest-screen size if necessary.
00:04:32.637571 GUI: UIMachineWindow::handleNativeNotification: Notification 'NSWindowWillEnterFullScreenNotification' received
00:04:32.637596 UIMachineWindowFullscreen::handleNativeNotification: Notification 'NSWindowWillEnterFullScreenNotification' received.
00:04:32.637603 UIMachineWindowFullscreen::handleNativeNotification: Native fullscreen mode about to enter, notifying listener...
00:04:32.710645 GUI: UIMachineView::sltHandleNotifyChange: Screen=0, Size=1440x900
00:04:32.710691 GUI: UIFrameBufferPrivate::handleNotifyChange: Size=1440x900
00:04:32.710699 GUI: UIFrameBufferPrivate::performResize: Size=1440x900, Directly using source bitmap content
00:04:32.711097 GUI: UIMachineLogicFullscreen::sltHandleNativeFullscreenWillEnter: Machine-window #0 will enter native fullscreen
00:04:33.291353 GUI: UIDesktopWidgetWatchdog::sltHandleHostScreenWorkAreaResized: Screen 0 work area is formally resized to: 50x0 x 1390x900
00:04:33.303481 GUI: UIMachineWindow::handleNativeNotification: Notification 'NSWindowDidEnterFullScreenNotification' received
00:04:33.303510 UIMachineWindowFullscreen::handleNativeNotification: Notification 'NSWindowDidEnterFullScreenNotification' received.
00:04:33.303519 UIMachineWindowFullscreen::handleNativeNotification: Native fullscreen mode entered, notifying listener...
00:04:33.313593 GUI: UIMachineLogicFullscreen::sltHandleNativeFullscreenDidEnter: Machine-window #0 did enter native fullscreen
00:04:33.313649 GUI: UIMultiScreenLayout::update: GUI/AutomountGuestScreens is disabled
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Re: VirtualBox 5.2.2, Host macOS Sierra, Guest CentOS7, Mouse Unresponsive Link

Postby socratis » 8. Dec 2017, 12:46

The differences seem to indicate that, for the VM with the problem, you start the VM in FullScreen mode:
00:00:03.574515 GUI: UIMachineLogicFullscreen::sltHandleNativeFullscreenWillEnter: Machine-window #0 will enter native fullscreen
00:00:04.198845 GUI: UIDesktopWidgetWatchdog::sltHandleHostScreenWorkAreaResized: Screen 0 work area is formally resized to: 50x0 x 1390x900
00:00:04.209857 GUI: UIMachineWindow::handleNativeNotification: Notification 'NSWindowDidEnterFullScreenNotification' received
00:00:04.209883 UIMachineWindowFullscreen::handleNativeNotification: Notification 'NSWindowDidEnterFullScreenNotification' received.
00:00:04.209893 UIMachineWindowFullscreen::handleNativeNotification: Native fullscreen mode entered, notifying listener...
00:00:04.210777 GUI: UIMachineLogicFullscreen::sltHandleNativeFullscreenDidEnter: Machine-window #0 did enter native fullscreen
00:00:04.210808 GUI: UIMultiScreenLayout::update: GUI/AutomountGuestScreens is disabled
00:00:04.210849 GUI: UIMachineLogicFullscreen::revalidateNativeFullScreen: For machine-window #0
00:00:04.210878 GUI: UIMachineLogicFullscreen::revalidateNativeFullScreen: Ask machine-window #0 to adjust guest geometry
00:00:04.210885 GUI: UIMachineViewFullscreen::adjustGuestScreenSize: Adjust guest-screen size if necessary.

and later on (the blue is working, the red is failing):
00:00:05.118155 VMMDev: SetVideoModeHint: Got a video mode hint (1384x834x32)@(0x0),(1;0) at 0
00:00:43.056386 VMMDev: SetVideoModeHint: Got a video mode hint (1440x900x32)@(0x0),(1;0) at 0

So, can you verify that if you do *not* start with FullScreen mode, but you switch later on (by using HostKey+F) the issue goes away?

joseluisbz wrote:Is there a Keyboard method to turn off the machine on CentOS 7, when the mouse is not responding?
If you have configured your guest for ACPI shutdown, then pressing HostKey+U (the default), or if you go to the menu "Machine" » "ACPI Shutdown", then your guest will shutdown, as if you had pressed the power button on a real computer.
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